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Poster: IMC OnAir Date: Nov 17, 2007 6:19am
Forum: audio Subject: Re: Converting single channel to dual channel

Hi, Srercrcr !

Already everything has been said about editing programmes... for one song to learn a software might be a lot of work for some few benefit.

More simple, that's what I want give you as an idea. Put your file onto a share server, let it download from someone who is experienced with audio editing. - And this person uploads it as stereo again in high fidelity sound quality (less wav or ogg formatted).

Such an "audio engineer" has not a lot of work with, max. 5-10 minutes editing. In the forum here or in the specific online forum there are plenty of peoply doing music composing etc. (Only can give you some German web addresses: www.homerecording.de and www.hifi-forum.de . With search engines you will find for "home recording" some English one, be shure.)

For example Box.Net offers a lot of server space cost free with file sharing function. Very simple, quick registrated. You don't need FTP for uploading. You can organize the storage with password protection, so you can be safe, only some specific persons might get it. (That's different to archive.org as open source and shouldn't be seen that way as a concurrence.)

Enjoy listening to good Music ! - ElJay Arem from www.imcradio.net


This post was modified by IMC OnAir on 2007-11-17 14:19:22

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Poster: NoiseCollector Date: Nov 17, 2007 7:15am
Forum: audio Subject: Re: Converting single channel to dual channel

Interesting, sounds a lot easier than right click/save as stereo.